Lily Tomlin poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, Oct. 26, 2016.
Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP
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Lily Tomlin will be acting for actors Sunday, as she receives Life Achievement honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.While acting was critical to all those "Laugh-In" sketches, Tomlin said she didn't really consider herself an actor until she appeared in the 1975 country-music satire "Nashville," which marked her film debut.Tomlin hasn't left the spotlight since. She's had Tony-winning success on Broadway ("The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe") and won six Emmy awards to date.She's been nominated 23 times, including the past two years for her performances in the Netflix sitcom "Grace and Frankie," which co-stars Fonda, her BFF from "9 to 5 ". Still, Tomlin was a bit taken aback when asked if she had a sense of "life achievement".
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